WorkOnes Open Walk-In Service
All 11 WorkOne Northeast career centers are scheduled to open to walk-in customers beginning the week of July 6. Service is also available by appointment. (See story below.) Hours and days of operation at the centers can be found here. The centers will be closed July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July. People must continue to file for unemployment benefits online here. If you're having difficulty with your claim, here are the possible reasons. Staff at the centers are practicing extensive safety precautions and encouraging customers to also follow certain safety procedures. Because of the safety precautions, walk-in customer capacity will be limited.  We have developed a plan to address the safety of WorkOne Northeast staff and customers. That plan can be found here.

WorkOnes Open to Walk-In Customers on July 6

June 30, 2020
All 11 WorkOne Northeast career centers are scheduled to open to walk-in customers beginning the week of July 6, Northeast Indiana Works announced.
 
Since June 8, the centers have been open to the public only by appointment. That option will still be available.
 
Hours and days of operation at the centers can be found on Northeast Indiana Works’ website at https://www.neinworks.org/workone/locations-(1)
 
People must continue to file for unemployment benefits online at www.unemployment.in.gov.
 
Staff at the centers are practicing extensive safety precautions and encouraging customers to also follow
certain safety procedures. Staff members wear masks and face shields, adhere to social distancing, regularly wash and sanitize their hands, cover their mouths when coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth.
 
Customers are asked to wear masks, if they have them, and encouraged to adhere to a social
distancing protocol and practice hygiene measures once inside a center.
 
Staff and customers are encouraged to self-screen. Any staff member or customer who has COVID-19 symptoms or an elevated temperature of 100.4 or greater will be asked not to enter a center.
 
Because of the safety precautions, walk-in customer capacity will be limited.
 
With the help of Northeast Indiana Works, WorkOne Northeast, the Noble County EDC, Ivy Tech and the Freedom Academy, we were able to develop the foundation for the Dexter Skilled Trades Training Program. Without this partnership, we would not be able to meet our ever-growing customer demand.
Holly M. Pfeiffer, Human Resources Manager, Dexter Axle